Concord Presbyterian Church – Woodward, South Carolina
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This brick meeting house-style church was built in 1818, though its congregation began worshiping at this site as early as 1796. The foundation of the simple church is made of blue granite, found abundantly in Fairfield County.
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Concord Presbyterian Church is listed in the National Register, which says the following:
The Concord Presbyterian Church is significant as an intact, early-nineteenth century simple church building. The congregation of Concord Presbyterian Church is said to have worshipped at the present site of the church as early as 1796. This building was reportedly constructed ca. 1818. The church is a one-story, brick, gable-roofed building with a meeting house floor plan and a small, rectangular, gable-roofed rear extension. The gable ends have boxed cornices with returns and a stringcourse. The façade has a central entrance flanked by single six-over-six windows. The side elevations have shuttered, six-over-six windows. The foundation is granite. There is a cemetery with a cast-iron fence and gates to the left of the church.
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Address: United States Highway 321, Woodward, SC 29014
GPS Coordinates: 34.524228,-81.169301
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